[brief] Networked Innovation Interim Brief #1 – Innovations and Hive NYC

Over the course of the coming weeks, Hive Research Lab will be releasing a series of interim briefs, short form writing based on early observations and conceptualizations that are designed to provide the Hive NYC community with ongoing frameworks, findings and recommendations related to the Lab’s two research areas: supporting youth trajectories and pathways, and developing the Hive as a context for networked innovation. The briefs are part of a broader effort to connect current research and emerging findings to issues of practical importance to the Hive NYC community in order to improve network activity. Recommendations are preliminary and based either on existing literature or observations of practice within the network, and we hope that they can serve to spark conversations both within member organizations as well as across the network.

Hive Research Lab - Networked Innovation Interim Brief #1 - Innovations & Hive NYC - February 2014 cover imageOur first brief, which speaks to our Networked Innovation research strand, builds off of earlier work we’ve done to think about what counts as an innovation, but in it we take more of the perspective of what this question might mean for Hive members, as opposed to for our work as researchers. We include a set of “dimensions” that can be considered vis-a-vis a given innovation, consider how these dimensions might have import in the Hive NYC context, and provide a snapshot of things that might be considered innovations, broadly speaking, within Hive NYC.

Of course, thoughts and questions are welcome! Link to the brief is here.

2 thoughts on “[brief] Networked Innovation Interim Brief #1 – Innovations and Hive NYC

  1. Pingback: Youth Trajectories Interim Brief #1 – Introduction to Case Portraits of Hive Youth | Hive Research Lab

  2. Pingback: Networked Innovation Interim Brief #2 – Innovation Practices and Hive NYC | Hive Research Lab

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